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Daubeney Fields
Local greening action. Don't just complain. Do something.
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Daubeney Fields Nov 25
Replying to @jonburkeUK
And your courage and determination to face down bullying and do what is right is leadership. People have a right to make their case and they have a moral obligation to do that respectfully. Others can then judge the merits of each case.
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Extinction Rebellion Hackney 🚲🐝🌱 Nov 22
🌱HELP us make 'Hackney 1st garden station' a reality Garden of Earthly Delights in will be turned into the second entrance of 🚃 Please comment for green solutions by this Wed 25th Nov ref: 2020/3325 🧵
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Daubeney Fields Nov 20
These are great. We need some for the elves too.
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Hackney Living Sts Nov 20
Are you part of the silent majority in support of Low Traffic Neighbourhoods? Why not join us? We’re Hackney residents speaking up for School Streets, LTNs, walking, cycling and greening our streets. We need you! hackneygroup@livingstreets.org.uk
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Daubeney Fields Nov 19
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Cllr Jon Burke Nov 19
"it will not be enough for the government...to ensure the price of driving reflects the full social, economic, and public health costs it imposes on society; we also need to deliver fully-integrated, good value, and accountable public transport systems..."
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Daubeney Fields Nov 19
Such beautiful murals and wonderful to see the sparrow hawk on Daubeney Road among them.
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Daubeney Fields Nov 19
The Daubeney Fields Playable Landscape has been shortlisted for a Hackney Design Award in the young people's choice category. L Hackney residents aged up to 18 are invited to vote. Please encourage young people to vote at . Voting closes on Thur 26 Nov.
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Daubeney Fields Nov 9
Replying to @Daubeneyfields
and 16 more - nipplewort, Oxford ragwort, grounsel, tomato, black nightshade, smooth sowthistle, rowan, chickweed, aster, tree-of-heaven, white clover, common nettle, small nettle, violet, pansy and corn. Paintings of wild plants growing on Daubeney Road by artist Deborah Frank.
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Daubeney Fields Nov 9
Replying to @Daubeneyfields
and 16 more - ragwort, ivy-leaved toadflax, black medick, spotted medick, annual mercury, tree tobacco, common mallow, procumbent yellow-sorrel, pellitory-of-the-wall, green alkanet, bristly oxtongue, greater plantain, annual meadow grass, common knot grass, water bent, pearlwort
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Daubeney Fields Nov 9
Replying to @Daubeneyfields
and 16 more - smooth hawksbeard, evening primrose, cockspur, American willowherb, Canadian fleabane, Mexican fleabane, Guernsey fleabane, petty spurge, herb robert, avens, Jersey cudweed, hoary mustard, wall barley, wall lettuce, red dead nettle, yellow corydalis,
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Daubeney Fields Nov 9
Here's 10 plants that Sophie Leguil @more_than_weeds found growing on Daubeney Road in the glyphosate free zone: yarrow, dandelion, black horehound, daisy, buddleia, Serbian bellflower, hairy bittercress, red valerian, greater celandine, fat hen, corn marigold.
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Daubeney Fields Nov 9
We've seen an increase in the local sparrow population in the E5 10xGreener area in London since we started greening our streets and stopped spraying glyphosate last year.
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Daubeney Fields Nov 9
Replying to @PeterMassini
Good luck Peter.
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Daubeney Fields Nov 8
Wow!
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Hackney Citizen Nov 6
The Citizen Gardener: ‘Even if pesticides don’t kill a bee, they impede its ability to navigate’ Kate Poland on how to grow garlic, why organic bulbs are best, a ‘weed walk’ in E5, and free resources to help growers through winter
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Daubeney Fields Nov 5
The common toad is a commonly overlooked beauty. And here you bring it out beautifully. Thank you.
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Daubeney Fields Nov 5
Replying to @LovingDalston
I'm not aware of this, haven't seen them and no idea how it happens!?
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Daubeney Fields Nov 5
Just brilliant.
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Daubeney Fields Nov 4
This is a critical moment for the environment.
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